Error on W2k Bootup


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I had my IBM server have a harddrive go defluct in yesterday morning. The
raid array rebuild to the hot-spare with bad stripes. I did the boot to
recovery console because of Inaccessible_boot_device (bsod). I did the chkdsk
/r. Reboot and got the Session3_Initialization_failed. copy the smss.exe to
\winnt\system32 folder.
Then I got the registry hive failure for winnt\system32\config\security. I
did registry check to repair the registry. Then server gave me cannot find
autochk.exe - skipping autocheck and rebooted. I did copy autochk.exe to
c:\winnt\ and c:\winnt\system32. The recovery mode says that it cannot find
autochk.exe again. I currentlly rerunning chkdsk /r on the boot drive. the
server get through the Window 2000 boot screen then reboots.

Help?
 
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Dave Patrick

"I had my IBM server have a harddrive go defluct in yesterday morning. The
raid array rebuild to the hot-spare with bad stripes."

I'm not sure how you know this but this sounds unrecoverable to me.

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Regards,

Dave Patrick ....Please no email replies - reply in newsgroup.
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Microsoft MVP [Windows]
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:
|I had my IBM server have a harddrive go defluct in yesterday morning. The
| raid array rebuild to the hot-spare with bad stripes. I did the boot to
| recovery console because of Inaccessible_boot_device (bsod). I did the
chkdsk
| /r. Reboot and got the Session3_Initialization_failed. copy the smss.exe
to
| \winnt\system32 folder.
| Then I got the registry hive failure for winnt\system32\config\security. I
| did registry check to repair the registry. Then server gave me cannot
find
| autochk.exe - skipping autocheck and rebooted. I did copy autochk.exe to
| c:\winnt\ and c:\winnt\system32. The recovery mode says that it cannot
find
| autochk.exe again. I currentlly rerunning chkdsk /r on the boot drive.
the
| server get through the Window 2000 boot screen then reboots.
|
| Help?
|
 

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